As medical cannabis legalization spreads, more patients are turning to the plant for their complaints and illnesses.

According to a new report from CB2 Insights, sufferers of mood-related conditions such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder accounted for the largest group of patients seeking cannabis as a medicine (34.77%).

The next largest group of respondents (33.05%) said they used it for pain relief for problems like migraines, chronic pain, and back problems. 15.33% sought cannabinoid therapy for sleep-related disorders.

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Julie Weed ~ Forbes.com

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